Global climate change has always been abig concern nationwide.
Earth depends on energy that comes from sun and about90 percent of that energy is observed by the greenhouse gasses. Greenhouse gassesinclude; water vapor, Nitrous Oxide, Methane, and Carbon Dioxide. The followinggasses all contribute to the greenhouse effects. The greenhouse gases are all moleculescomposed of more than two atoms, that are sufficiently loosely to be able toquiver the absorption of heat. Water vapor is the most plentiful greenhouse gascompared to the other gases. Carbon Dioxide is released by natural causes of naturesuch as human respiration, but is also released by burning fossil fuels anddeforestation. This increases the atmosphere in Carbon Dioxide concentration.Methane is yet more of a dangerous greenhouse gas than Carbon Dioxide.
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Methaneheats the atmosphere as much as 72x more than Carbon Dioxide. The increase ofMethane will cause temperature rise, outpacing Carbon Dioxide. A large number of human activities is changingthe natural greenhouse, causing global warming. Carbon Dioxide is a byproduct of the combustionsuch as oil and coal. The energy has been used to power the whole industry, andas burning fossil fuel grows, the more amount of Carbon dioxide is emitted tothe atmosphere. The chemical process of combustion is when O2 reactswith glucose (C6H12O6) to produce water H2Oand Carbon Dioxide CO2.
As the process of organic matter is beingburned off, the chemical energy formed in heat is being released. Greenhouse gases absorb infraredradiation which are long-wave heats, making greenhouse gases radiate heat energyback to earth. This causes an increase in warm climate change. The degree of infrared radiation depends onits temperature, the higher the temperature the more energy it gives off.
About70 percent of solar radiation passes through the earth’s atmosphere. Sinceinfrared radiation contains multiple wave lengths than solar radiation about 80percent will be reflected back to earth increasing the atmosphere temperature. Visible radiation from the sun andinfrared radiation from the atmosphere causes earth to have a higher temperaturethan it should have. While heat trapping is impacted by the color surfaces ofradiation. Many regions of earth are also impacted by how the greenhouse effectsencounters. The earth’s greenhouse gasses, temperature and radiations havegreat impact in Global warming.